geode

[n] - (mineralogy) a hollow rock or nodule with the cavity usually lined with crystals
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Geode

A former cavity in the rock ( up to approx 1 metre in diameter) with crystal accumulations or growths on the walls.
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Geode

Ge'ode (jē'ōd) noun [ French géode , Latin geodes , from Greek ... earthlike; ge`a , gh^ , the earth + e'i^dos form.] (Min.) (a) A nodule of stone, containing a cavity, lined with crystals or mineral matter. (b) The
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geode

<chemical> A nodule of stone, containing a cavity, lined with crystals or mineral matter. ... The cavity in such a nodule. ... Origin: F. Geode, L. Geodes, fr. Gr. Earthlike, the earth + form. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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geode

(je´ōd) a dilated lymph space.
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Geode

• (n.) A nodule of stone, containing a cavity, lined with crystals or mineral matter. • (n.) The cavity in such a nodule.
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geode

hollow mineral body found in limestones and some shales. The common form is a slightly flattened globe ranging in diameter from 2.5 to more than 30 ... [3 related articles]
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geode

geode Earthlike, in anatomy, an enlarged lymphatic space or the dilation occurring where several lymphatic capillaries join together.
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Geode

[Firefox extension] Geode was a Firefox add-on that would locate a user`s computer, which enabled personalized and localized content. When the extension was fully operational, a user who was looking for restaurants while they were out of town would have been able load up their favorite review site, as well as find suggestions nearby and plo
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Geode

[trade association] GEODE is a trade association that represents independent energy distribution and distribution-related companies, as well as other organisations in natural gas and electricity, privately or publicly owned, in Europe. It was founded in 1991 and represents 600 companies, both privately and publicly owned, in 10 countries. G
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geode

a round rock that has a hard "skin" on the outside and that usually is hollow on the inside, often lined or filled with mineral crystals, most common type is the quartz geodes
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geode

geode (jē'ōd) , hollow, globular rock nodule ranging in diameter from 1 to 12 in. (2.54–30.5 cm) or more. Most geodes are partly filled with mineral matter; they have a thin layer of chalcedony (“wavy” quartz) covering an inner lining of inward-projecting crystals. ...
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Geode

A geode is a round hollow nodule containing earthy matters, sometimes quartz, sometimes agate.
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geode

Type: Term Pronunciation: jē′ōd Definitions: 1. A cystlike space (or spaces) with or without an epithelial lining, observed radiologically in subarticular bone, usually in arthritic disorders.
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geode

In geology, a subspherical cavity into which crystals have grown from the outer wall into the centre. Geodes often contain very well-formed crystals of quartz (including amethyst), calcite, or other minerals
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Geode

[processor] Geode is a series of x86-compatible system-on-a-chip microprocessors and I/O companions produced by AMD, targeted at the embedded computing market. The series was originally launched by National Semiconductor as the Geode family in 1999. The original Geode processor core itself is derived from the Cyrix MediaGX platform, which w
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Geode

Geodes (Greek γεώδης - ge-ōdēs, `earthlike`) are geological secondary structures which occur in certain sedimentary and volcanic rocks. They are themselves of sedimentary origin formed by chemical precipitation. Geodes are essentially hollow, loosely spheroid to oblate masses of mineral matter that may have formed from either of two diff..
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Geode

A rock which contains a cavity lined with quartz orother gemstone crystals.
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geode

Hollow rock that is filled or partially filled with crystals.
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geode

Hollow rock that is filled or partially filled with crystals.
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geode

Roughly spherical, hollow or partially hollow accumulation of mineral matter. A few centimeters to nearly 0.5 m in diameter. Outer layer of chalcedony lined with crystals that project toward the hollow center. Crystals, often perfectly formed, usually quartz although calcite and dolomite and
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Geode

A hollow nodule of rock lined with crystals; when separated from the rock body by weathering, it appears as a hollow, rounded shell partly filled with crystals.
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